The desktop achieved a score of 2820 in the single-core test and 5435 in the multi-core test.
That's about the same as the previous 21.5-inch iMac's score of single-core score of 2882 but significantly worse than its multi-core score of 9204.
The new iMac uses an ultra-low voltage 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor used in the MacBook Air. It's $200 cheaper than Apple's previous entry-level iMac.
Do you think the $200 price difference is worth the cut in processing power? Let us know in the comments!
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